Magaluf and Palma Nova are purpose built tourist destinations with the Bays, Coves, and Beaches, surrounded by skyscraper hotels, bars, restaurants, souvenir shops and night clubs a lively area for party goes.
Visit the towns with historic buildings of the Gothic Roman and Catalan Moorish era some now in ruins.
Situated on the south coast in the Port of Palma, points of interest are the 1601 Gothic style Le Seu Cathedral situated on the old site of the Arab Mosque, the 14th century La Almudaina Palace built by the Moors, located at the end of the Port opposite the Cathedral. The La Lonja civil gothic building built in 1420 and of Catalan Gothic design, now a culture centre used for exhibits of arts and culture located at the side of the Cathedral.
In the north end of the Parma Port stands the Town Hall, the 13th century Church of Santa Eulalia a high gothic design with a dark interior. Close by is the Majorca Museum with exhibits of prehistoric artefacts.
Visit the circular Bellver Castle situated at Camilo Rose Cela a very famous and unique castle constructed between 1300 and 1310 having three semi circular towers and one which stands away from the main body of the castle.On the ground floor are rounded arches and flat ceilings, with the upper floor being decorated with Lancet arches covered with a cross vault in gothic style.
Visit the Arab Baths view Muslim architecture at the site of the preserved ruins and the Cap De Formentor with its natural landscapes with spectacular views of the north-eastern coast and the lighthouse at the end of the road.
Visit the three main museums in the region, Es Baluard, Palau March and the Pillar and Joan Miro Foundation.